WEBSTER - Demolition of the buildings at 38-42 Prospect Street was completed last week, the materials and rubble have been removed, and the property is now a vacant lot. The town ordered the three buildings housing 13 apartment units to be razed because they were deemed a safety hazard by the building inspector and fire chief. Two of the buildings were constructed with a 4-inch granite veneer. Town Administrator John McAuliffe said that some town residents had thought these buildings might have some historical value, but there is nothing unique about the buildings' construction. Building Inspector Ted Tetreault said they were constructed of wood and masonry, not of granite blocks. Some family members of the owner of record, Paul O'Donnell, had expressed an interest in the blocks as well, thinking they were solid granite, but lost interest when it was discovered that the granite was a veneer only. The Town paid $35,000 for the demolition from a nuisance properties fund, and will attempt to collect that amount from the owner.